Monthly Archives: May 2022

Cold weather and rain are a growing concern for South Surrey farmers – Surrey Now-Leader

The rain, the rain won’t stop long enough for local farms to start growing berries and vegetables for the season. Continued bad weather has held them back for weeks now, says Davinder Chahil, owner of Peace Arch Farms and Peace Arch Farm Market. Chahil admitted he felt desperate due to …

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PlantX Provides Company Update

PlantX United States and Canadian platforms continue to excel as resources for the plant community. In collaboration with Conversion Rate Optimization (“CRO“) and user experience (“UX“), the company has employed CRO and UX strategies that consistently improve website performance through improved speed and navigation. From May 31, 2022the American PlantX …

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Strange bedfellows: Farmers and Big Greens clash against Biden and the GOP

Major projects in Indiana, Mississippi and Texas have come online and then shut down, after billions of dollars in investment. In 2020, NRG Energy Inc. mothballed the last remaining project capturing carbon emissions from a coal-fired power plant in the United States. The Petra Nova plant in Texas, one of …

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U.S. Brokers and Traders Increase Uranium Stocks: Uranium & Fuel

May 30, 2022 The “vast majority” of uranium delivered to the United States in 2021 was of foreign origin, according to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA). Uranium stocks held by U.S. brokers and dealers rose for the second straight year and nearly tripled since 2019. Kazakh-sourced uranium dominated US …

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Farmer awareness program held in Uri

Continuing the collective efforts of Kashmir Agricultural Production and Farmers Welfare Department and Border Security Force (BSF) for the development of border areas, a farmer sensitization program was organized in Uri Baramulla in the purpose of promoting organic farming for the cultivation of the different crops grown in the region.The …

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Move of a new company to the GE warehouse, creation of 45 jobs in Ravenna

the old GE Distribution Plant in Ravenna will soon become Boston Retail Products, bringing 45 jobs to the Ravenna site. Find out more: GE Distribution site sold:Industrial Commercial Properties development company buys GE Ravenna warehouse The Company, based in Medford, Massachusetts, received a 1.232% job creation tax credit over six …

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Organic farming is the new mantra, progressive farmers in Gujarat have already embraced it: PM Modi

India’s heavy reliance on foreign countries for fertilizer is a cause for concern, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said at a cooperative sector seminar in Gandhinagar on Saturday, urging farmers to adopt the Organic Agriculture. He also inaugurated a nano-urea plant in Gujarat, adding that eight such plants will be installed …

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11 great farms to visit with the kids

Fresh country air, nature walks, tractor rides and more. If your little ones like to coo in front of rabbits, goats and chickens, a visit to a nearby farm is likely to thrill them. Some places will allow you to touch, feed and interact with the animals, which will make …

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SWOT Analysis of Concrete Batching Plants Market Report by 2030

United States, New Jersey– The Global concrete plant market The 2022-2029 research report is a valuable source of insightful data for business strategists. It provides an overview of the industry with growth analysis and historical & future cost, revenue, demand and supply data (as applicable). Research analysts provide an elaborate …

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Canadian Solar Successfully Completes Sunflower Solar Station in BTA for Entergy Mississippi

State’s Largest Solar Project Provides Clean, Renewable Energy and Economic Benefits GUELPH, ON and JACKSON, miss., May 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Canadian Solar Inc. (“Canadian Solar” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: CSIQ) today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary Recurrent Energy, LLC (“Recurrent”) has successfully completed the construction of a 100 …

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Domaine Knepp: why the king and queen of rewilding are farming again after 20 years | Re-wild

IIt’s strange to hear the owners of the UK’s pioneering rewilding project on Knepp’s estate in West Sussex rave about farming. But Charlie Burrell and Isabella Tree are returning to an area they left 20 years ago. In 2000, they let their unprofitable dairy and arable operation go to seed. …

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Livestock Herbal Extracts Market Trend and Analysis 2022-2028 | Key Players – DSM, Manghebati, Sabinsa, Herbavita, Indian Herbs Specialties Pvt. ltd.

Global Plant extracts for breeding Market Report 2022-2028, has been prepared to support extensive marketing research with inputs from business consultants. The global Herbal Extracts for Livestock Market study sheds light on vital growth momentum expected to prevail in 2022-2028 valuation amount. The study offers statistics on key segments in …

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The market for organic vegetables is booming around the world

According to research experts from Qurate Research, “Global Organic vegetables Market 2022 Insights, Size, Sharing, Growth, Opportunities, Emerging Trends, Forecast to 2028.” The study is an anthology of in-depth research studies on many aspects of the global organic vegetable industry. It is an admirable effort to offer a true and …

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I remind you once again that Farming Simulator is a surprisingly good esport

It’s that time of year again: Farming Simulator esports time. I wrote about the Farming Simulator League Finals Last yearjust in case anyone wasn’t aware there was a real esport where players competitively harvest wheat and haul bales at breakneck speeds in hopes of winning a €100,000 prize pool . …

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Vegetable Hair Dye Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, USA – Vegetable Hair Dye Market The 2022-2029 report has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with input from industry experts. The Vegetable Hair Dye Market study sheds light on the significant growth momentum that is anticipated to prevail during the assessment period 2022-2029. The study …

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California shellfish farmers adapt to climate change

Shellfish farmers at Hog Island Oyster Farm in Tomales Bay, Northern California. Credit: Remy Hale/Hog Island Oyster Co. Due to their proximity to the ocean, Californians can enjoy locally sourced oysters, mussels, abalone and clams. Most of the shellfish eaten here comes from fish farms along the coast from San …

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Must cultivate medicinal plants in 2022

Manufactured drugs and prescriptions have taken over the world today. But should they be the only way to improve? Despite these manufactured choices available to us, many people still resort to the herbal medicines that started it all: herbal medicines that can heal and promote physical and emotional well-being. As …

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Could agriculture cope with the death of 36 million trees? -Brian Henderson

Like one of those earworm songs you hear on the radio that you can’t get rid of for days, this question was recently popped into my head by an industry figurehead who highlighted the current rate of afforestation on this side of the border, which accounts for over 80% of …

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Power Plant Services Market Size and Analysis by 2022-2029 -Alstom, GE, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Siemens, TNB Remaco, Gujarat Industries Power, PPSVCS, Transfield Services, Toshiba, Vasavi Power Service, WorleyParsons

New Jersey, USA, – Mr Accuracy Reports published new research on Global Power plant services covering the micro level of analysis by competitors and key business segments (2022-2029). Global Power Plant Services explores in-depth study on various segments such as opportunities, size, development, innovation, sales and overall growth of key …

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Nipomo and Santa Maria companies fined for underpaying agricultural workers

May 21, 2022 By KAREN VELIE The US Department of Labor has fined five farms, including one in Nipomo and three in Santa Maria, for withholding pay and benefits owed to farm workers nationwide under the federal H-2A program. The H-2A program allows employers to bring workers here from other …

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Drought conditions develop in Georgia, leaving plants dry

It’s no surprise that it’s hot, very hot, in Georgia during the summer. But the region’s typical humid heat hides an increasing drought along the state’s coast and reaching Piedmont. The U.S. Drought Monitor recently designated several counties in southeast Georgia as “severe droughts,” which manifest as stressed crops, low …

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Evening Edition | Friday, May 20, 2022

In tonight’s edition, learn about farmland values, drought conditions in the Corn Belt and John Deere’s deal to sell a revolutionary baler. Farmland values A report from the Federal Reserve this week said: “Consistent with the previous quarter, the value of rainfed cropland increased more than 20% from a year …

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Plant-based alternatives to meat battle for restaurant market share

A sustainability theme that promises to emerge at the National Restaurant Association Show in Chicago this week is the expanding world of plant-based meat substitutes. Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods have raised the bar for meat alternatives, and their product lines continue to grow. Beyond Pepperoni is a FABI Award …

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Board of Supervisors, District 5 » Holtville Tribune

The Holtville area has been represented for about 11 years by Ray Castillo, who took over as District 5 Supervisor in 2011. But this election he faces formidable competition from farmer John Hawk and accountant /real estate consultant Carlos Zaragoza. While Hawk is a political newcomer, he’s well known in …

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PJM sees the need for thermal power plants to protect against the risk of blackouts in the context of increasing electrification

Listen to the article 5 minutes This audio is generated automatically. Please let us know if you have any comments. Diving brief: The combination of around 33 GW of electrification load with a 70% carbon-free generation fleet strongly shifts the risk of blackouts to winter compared to summer, reinforcing the …

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Organic farming between sustainability, food security and well-being

In recent years, the global agricultural system has faced a series of enormous challenges ranging from the climate emergency to food security. In this context, awareness of the human impact on climate change, on ecosystems, but also on food is emerging with increasing intensity. Most countries around the world are …

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Industry Insights from NIZO – The “Next Generation” of Plant-Based Beverages: Protein Parity

The global plant-based “dairy” beverage market is valued at over $14 billion and continues to grow rapidly. Meanwhile, consumer demand for healthier products is increasing awareness of the importance of nutritional parity, including protein levels, whether with ‘regular’ dairy milk or high-fat drinks. increasingly popular proteins. Renske Janssen, Protein Technology …

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Find a variety of farm-fresh produce and unique produce every Thursday at the Westchase District Farmer’s Market.

The Westchase District Farmers’ Market offers local crops, meat, eggs and honey, as well as handmade breads, baked goods, unique crafts and more every Thursday from almost nine years. The market started in October 2018 with a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, but the district now runs it. …

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Strong U.S. retail sales and manufacturing output boost economic outlook

Retail sales rise 0.9% in April Retail sales gain in March jumped from 0.5% to 1.4% Core Retail Sales Up 1.0%; March revised to show 1.1% gain Manufacturing output increases by 0.8% in April WASHINGTON, May 17 (Reuters) – U.S. retail sales rose sharply in April as consumers bought more …

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Planting of corn and soybeans begins in South Dakota

In South Dakota, Lee Lubbers is taking advantage of the wet weather to start planting his corn and soybeans. Chad Henderson is hoping for rain to support his knee-high corn in Alabama. LEE LUBBERS – GREGORY, SOUTH DAKOTA Lee Lubbers of Gregory, South Dakota, grew up in the farming tradition …

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Norske Skog Saugbrugs: Opening of a biocomposites factory with signing of a long-term customer agreement

Minister of Trade and Industry, Jan Christian Vestre, has today officially opened the new biocomposite plant at Norske Skog Saugbrugs in Halden. Norske Skog sees great commercial and environmental potential in the production of biocomposite through the subsidiary CEBICO AS. Minister of Trade and Industry Jan Christian Vestre said during …

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Billionaire Gautam Adani nears $10 billion deal for Holcim India Business

Billionaire Gautam Adani’s conglomerate is set to strike a deal to acquire a majority stake in the business of Holcim Ltd. in India, according to people familiar with the matter, giving Asia’s richest person a foothold in the subcontinent’s fragmented cement sector. Adani Group is working out the final details …

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Farmers denounce sales tax on tractors

LAHORE: Farmers strongly criticized the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) decision that only such farmers can get the tractors at 5% GST, which will provide a copy of the booklet or land register verified by the relevant land revenue office . Through SRO 563 issued on April 29, 2022, it …

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Vertical Farming and Plant Plants Consumption Market Size, Trends and Forecast to 2029

New Jersey, United States – The Consumer Vertical Farming and Plant Factories market report understands the upcoming challenges and opportunities in the market. It ensures a strengthened market position and a growing product portfolio by providing all the important details related to the market growth. It reveals some of the …

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Exclusive: Walmart maker, Amazon-branded infant formula faces shortages through rest of 2022

NEW YORK, May 13 (Reuters) – Perrigo Company PLC (PRGO.N), which makes private label infant formula for retailers including Walmart Inc (WMT.N) and Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O), expects shortages and increased demand to last “the rest of the year”, chief executive Murray Kessler told Reuters in an interview. The Biden administration …

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Colruyt collaborates with Vlaams Hoeverund on carbon cultivation

Belgian cooperative Vlaams Hoeverund and retailer Colruyt Group have teamed up for a pilot project on carbon farming. The project will see owner OKay and Bio-Planet partner with Flemish livestock farmers’ cooperatives to fix carbon in the soil through innovative measures. Colruyt Group will provide inspiration, advice and financial support, …

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The Montreal Botanical Garden hosts an outdoor plant market

Montreal’s must-see green space is hosting a plant market to help you spruce up your garden. The 25th Great Horticultural Weekend at the Botanical Garden marks the start of the gardening season from May 27 to 29. More than forty exhibitors will be offering plants and tools for sale so …

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Kansas Thinks You May Be Accidentally Buying Vegetarian “Meat”, So It Passed a Law | KCUR 89.3

The power of Kansas’ beef industry means grocers in the state won’t buy anything called sausages or hamburgers unless they’re made from animal parts. Governor Laura Kelly recently signed a bill requiring meat substitutes to be sold with labeling that clearly states they come from plants, not livestock. This is …

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Farming for meat where the three counties meet

BRENDAN with some of his Angus cattle. Photo: Ray Ryan Singer and farmer Brendan Shine raises up to 100 cattle Published: Wed, May 11, 2022, 10:13 AM BRENDAN Shine cuts and packs his own silage. The Roscommon native has had more Irish chart hits than the Beatles (30 to 27), …

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Wormwood Essential Oil Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – Comprehensive analyzes of the fastest growing companies wormwood essential oil market provide information that helps stakeholders identify opportunities and challenges. The 2022 markets could be another big year for Wormwood Essential Oil. This report provides an overview of the company’s activities and financial situation (a …

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Reduce your food footprint | Western Colorado

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Varadkar wants to see solar panels on all farm roofs

The government is moving forward with plans to roll out a micro-generation scheme that will financially incentivize farmers to install solar panels on farm buildings and sheds. Although a delivery date is not yet available, Tánaiste Leo Varadkar is in talks with Environment Minister Eamon Ryan “to agree a decent …

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Shortage of infant formula worsens

The stock-out rate for infant formula hovered between 2% and 8% in the first half of 2021, but began to rise sharply last July. Between November 2021 and early April 2022, the stock-out rate jumped to 31%, according to data from Datasembly. That rate rose another 9 percentage points in …

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D&R Greenway Land Trust and NJM Insurance Group team up to celebrate Earth Day

D&R Greenway Land Trust and NJM Insurance Group team up to celebrate Earth Day NJM Supports Historic Preservation of Point Breeze in Bordentown, NJ BORDENTOWN, NJ – Representatives of NJM Insurance Group (NJM) joined D&R Greenway Vice President Adrian Huns and D&R Greenway staff to beautify the Point Breeze Gardens …

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Utilities push back growth of rooftop solar panels

One of the biggest thrills Lynn Krell and her husband felt after installing solar panels on the roof of their Hattiesburg, Mississippi home was watching their electric meter roll back as their utility credited them. the excess electricity they sold back to the grid. These credits also showed up on …

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Extreme weather events have put a strain on the mental health of farmers. But asking for help remains an obstacle for many

The past year has not been easy for BC farmers like Julia Smith. In the summer of 2021, a heat dome trapped dangerously high temperatures over the province. Wildfires in the British Columbia interior spread flames and smoke across the landscape, destroying the town of Lytton and threatening Smith’s farm …

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Vegadelphia Files Lawsuit Against Dunkin’, Beyond Meat for Trademark Infringement on Plant-Based Breakfast Sandwich

Alexi Rosenfeld/Getty Images (PHILADELPHIA) — A Philadelphia-based vegan food company is accusing Dunkin’ and Beyond Meat of stealing its slogan. The donut chain and plant-based meat giant teamed up a few years ago to create a vegan breakfast sandwich sold at Dunkin’ stores. According to court documents obtained by ABC …

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How COVID-19 controls are hitting farmers in 7 low-income countries, mostly in Africa

In countries with the tightest controls, 80% of smallholder households reported major disturbances Since its onset more than two years ago, COVID-19 has reached almost every corner of the globe. It has infected hundreds of millions of people and overwhelmed health systems around the world. But its impact goes beyond …

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Opinion: The global fertilizer shortage didn’t develop overnight and will take time to resolve

I have spent my entire life in agriculture – from growing up on my family’s dairy farm in Saskatchewan, Canada, to my current role as head of the largest farm input and service company in the world. I have never seen a gap between global fertilizer supply and demand as …

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How I Built a Directory of Local Grass-Fed Beef Farms – Mother Earth News

Getting into farming is a challenge. The most obvious question is what the farm will produce. Meat? Eggs? Vegetables? Fiber? I chose animal husbandry, and in the early years of my farm, I remember the endless challenges and experimentation it took to figure out the best way to manage my …

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Persian Catnip Aromatic Water Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – Comprehensive analyzes of the fastest growing companies Persian Catnip Aromatic Water Market provide information that helps stakeholders identify opportunities and challenges. The 2022 markets could be another big year for Persian Catnip Aromatic Water. This report provides an overview of the company’s activities and financial …

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California is feeding us, but it’s in severe drought again. Time for a new idea. –Mother Jones

Citrus groves lie beneath an arid hillside in Tulare County outside Porterville, California in 2015. Gregory Bull/AP Facts matter: Join for free Mother Jones Daily newsletter. Support our nonprofit reports. Subscribe to our print magazine. Chances are you’re eating something grown in California today. His farms produce one-third of the …

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How meat processing workers are fighting back

Meat processing workers. Getty A recent invoice written by Sen. Cory Booker (DN.J.) and Rep. Ro Khanna (D-Cal.) seeks to close the huge power gap in the meat industry and make processing plants safer for workers . The bill has won the support of worker advocates and organizers, who see …

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Proud to be a Farmer: Chad Hendrix

TATTNALL COUNTY, Ga. (WTOC) – A third-generation Tattnall County farmer says this could be the toughest year on the books. From the cost of fuel to the challenge of getting parts, Chad Hendrix says it’s been an unprecedented year. Roll by a field as Chad Hendrix and his family plant …

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Sea & Believe makes plant-based whole cut ‘cod’ that crumbles like real fish

Sea & Believe is a bit different from the typical IndieBio company in that they already have a successful product in the market. The Ireland-based company sells two alternative fish products, an Irish seaweed burger and seaweed gudgeons, and today they are available in 50 stores across Ireland. But as …

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The 1915 frost prompted a re-examination of the fruit industry | Western Colorado

Fruit growers in the Grand Valley were used to freezing temperatures in April that ravaged their crops. But the blizzard that blew on the weekend of May 1, 1915, and caused temperatures to drop well below zero, surprised many growers. It also led to dire predictions about the peach trade. …

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Why every American should care about soaring diesel prices across the country

Gasoline prices are rising almost daily, pinching the wallets and wallets of nearly every American with cars. However, as bad as this news is, diesel prices are rising even further across the country. Retail diesel prices at truck stops hit a new record high of $5.32/gallon today. Since February 1, …

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Farmers in North Bihar use drone technology to increase production and boost income

Patna, May 1 (IANS): Vimal Singh, a farmer from Samartha village in Samastipur district of Bihar, is today learning drone piloting techniques to improve crop production on his 3.5 acre plot. “The Unmanned Aerial Vehicle helps farmers like us map my current agricultural field, followed by spraying pesticides as …

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